RD kicks off it’s “Summer Genocide Series” with a critical review of Paul Copan’s book “Is God a Moral Monster?” Copan argues that the holy war waged against the Canaanites was not the blood-soaked genocide that critics of the Bible make it out to be . It was a limited, relatively humane campaign that was morally and spiritually justified. Thom Stark disagrees. He’s written a massive point-by-point refutation of Copan’s book entitled “Is God a Moral Compromiser?” (free pdf available here!). We’ll take a look at Copan’s arguments and Stark’s response for this weeks Counter-apologetics segment. Also on this episode: the doubtcasters discuss the religion and politics of Anders Breivik and for a new segment of “God Thinks Like You” we share new data which proves fundamentalists are kind and helpful–except towards people who are different from them.
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